Glyphea is a genus of fossil glypheoid crustaceans that lived from the Jurassic to the Eocene. It includes the following species:[1]

Glyphea
Temporal range: Jurassic–Eocene
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Glyphea pseudastacus, Jurassic, Bavaria
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Glyphea

Von Meyer, 1835
Type species
Palinurus regleyanus
Desmarest, 1822

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Rodney M. Feldmann & Michèle de Saint Laurent (2002). "Glyphea foresti n. sp. (Decapoda) from the Cenomanian of Northern Territory, Australia" (PDF). Crustaceana. 75 (3–4): 359–373. doi:10.1163/156854002760095435. JSTOR 20105417.